Never has a young Canadian politician looked more smitten than Peter Mac Kay when he met then U. Worn out by the heavy demands of her job, Rice had decided to give President George W. But Rice says in her recently released memoirs that while she found Mac Kay charming enough there was no truth whatsoever to rumours of them having a fling. While love never blossomed between the then foreign minister and Rice, she does credit Mac Kay’s down-east hospitality and the good times they shared while visiting Nova Scotia in September 2006 with her decision not to quit.

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Rice revealed in her memoirs the goods times she shared in Nova Scotia over 24 hours led to a change of heart.“I have been doing this too long, I thought.

Tomorrow I am going to tell the President that I want to leave at the end of the year.

Condoleezza Rice was born in Birmingham, Alabama on November 14, 1954, the only child to bless the loving union of John and Angelena Rice.

In spite of the considerable disadvantages she encountered just by virtue of growing up black in The South during the days of Jim Crow, she somehow managed to overachieve, first academically, and then career-wise.

The Mac Kay, who had met Rice the first time that spring, set tongues wagging when he told a joint news conference in Stellarton, N.

S., that Rice slept with her window open, something she had told him previously.“I have to admit it was kind of funny, if misdirected,” Rice writes her autobiography . ‘A girl can’t be seen with you without some scandal,’ I joked. He is a good friend.”Rice tried to make light of Mac Kay’s remarks but it was too late.

Parliamentary reporters hungry for something different were already on the possible love story.

Why, she even met Mac Kay’s family.“And so, Peter, thank you very much also for letting me share some time with your family,” she said at the time.

In terms of credentials, she earned her bachelor's degree in political science, cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Denver in 1974; her master's from the University of Notre Dame in 1975; and her Ph. from the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver in 1981. Rice is currently a professor of business and political science at Stanford University and the Thomas and Barbara Stephenson Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution.